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A Veces Ciclón

If the path that appears on the cover of the Nosequé-nosécuantos of Mr. Chinarro unite two cities would not be rare that they were Lugo and Valencia, or seemed to confirm A Veces Ciclón with its self-titled debut in 2013. Tenuous and enigmatic, it would be reductive to stay stagnated in the metaphor, especially at the dawn of his second album, Cumbayá, regional crossing of feelings and influences in which they plant 8 dense, wild and strangely addictive songs.

Half in a half coma in a drowsy, Cumbayá advances feeding on the nihilism customs of a few letters full of pauses, ellipses and silences, phrases like the last flashes of a village party in which the crowd left when the music ended, but they followed dancing. Field notebooks in which the landscape is something more than a backdrop (“yo prefiero a los árboles/ellos nunca me hacen sufrir”, Oscar sings in "Silencio") and they end up shaping a kind of Philophobia more demure and northern.

Able to unite Codeine and La Jr, Tortoise and Low Coups, Marcos Junquera, Óscar Vilariño and Xavi Muñoz are tying the ends of a stable slowcore, instinctive and homely in 8 half-naked or half-dressed themes depending on the time or the humor.

Recorded, mixed and mastered by Rafael Martínez del Pozo in his studio in Castro de Cepeda (León), with the collaborations of Elle Belga, Rubén Abad, Marc Clos, Ibán Pérez and Fernando Junquera.

Californian musician and illustrator Dorian Wood is responsible for the cover.

Booking

Panaycuadros Booking
Óscar
+34 620 96 18 88
panaycuadrosbooking@gmail.com

Discography

Cumbayá

A VECES CICLÓN

2018, Acuarela

A Veces Ciclón

A VECES CICLÓN

2013, Acuarela

Videos

Devalo

A VECES CICLÓN

Servilletas

A VECES CICLÓN

Mi mejor

A VECES CICLÓN

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